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Lace Bunny Canvas Easter Craft

Combine brown burlap with delicate lace to make this pretty bunny canvas – it’s an easy Easter craft you’ll want to keep up for the entire year!

Combine brown burlap with delicate lace to make this pretty bunny canvas - it's an easy Easter craft you'll want to keep up for the entire year!I was wandering around the craft store the other day, when I saw some pretty lace and burlap fabric bunting. I thought the combination looked so perfect for spring, and I started thinking about what else I could make using lace and burlap.

Bunnies always make the cutest Easter decorations, so I came up with this adorable lace bunny canvas Easter craft. The canvas itself is burlap, and I added the bunny just like you would any other fabric appliqué. So easy!

To make this Easter craft, you’ll need:

  • bunny pattern
  • 10 x 10 inch burlap canvas
  • lace
  • Heat ‘n Bond Ultrahold
  • parchment paper
  • 1/4 inch wide ribbon
  • hot glue gun and gluesitcks

lace-bunny-easter-craft-01Trace the bunny pattern onto the paper side of a piece of Heat ‘n Bond. You can probably use other types of fusible interfacing for this as well, but I haven’t tested them.

lace-bunny-easter-craft-02Place a piece of parchment paper on top of your ironing board and put the lace on top of that. It’s VERY important that you use the parchment paper so you don’t ruin your ironing board and/or iron! 

lace-bunny-easter-craft-03Put the piece of Heat ‘n Bond, paper side up, on top of the lace. Iron with a hot, dry iron. Leave it on long enough to create a bond with the adhesive, but don’t go overboard. You don’t want the lace to melt!

The interfacing is important because it helps keep the lace from fraying and will stick the bunny to the canvas. If you want less lace to go to waste, cut off some (not all) of the excess interfacing around the bunny before ironing it down.

lace-bunny-easter-craft-04Cut out your bunny shape.

lace-bunny-easter-craft-05Peel off the paper backing to expose the adhesive.

lace-bunny-easter-craft-06Center the bunny, adhesive side down, on top of the canvas.  Put your piece of parchment paper on top of the bunny and iron over it.

lace-bunny-easter-craft-07The bunny should be good and stuck to the canvas now. You can stop now if you want, but I decided that it needed something extra.

Combine brown burlap with delicate lace to make this pretty bunny canvas - it's an easy Easter craft you'll want to keep up for the entire year!I tied a little bow out of some 1/4 inch wide ribbon to attach to the bunny.

lace-bunny-easter-craft-08Just use a little hot glue to stick it on the bunny’s neck.

Combine brown burlap with delicate lace to make this pretty bunny canvas - it's an easy Easter craft you'll want to keep up for the entire year!And that’s it!

Combine brown burlap with delicate lace to make this pretty bunny canvas - it's an easy Easter craft you'll want to keep up for the entire year!What do you think? I love the way the burlap and lace give my spring mantle a shabby chic look.

Combine brown burlap with delicate lace to make this pretty bunny canvas - it's an easy Easter craft you'll want to keep up for the entire year!For more crafts like this, visit my blog, Cutesy Crafts. You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

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Lynn Harrison

Friday 1st of March 2019

I think this is so cute and seems fairly easy. Kudos to you.